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  2. Behold the power of a DA…

     
  3. Clapper lies about his lies.

     
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  6. "The poultry industry’s lobby takes issue with the concerns of government and academic scientists, saying there is little evidence that bacteria which do become resistant also infect people. "Several scientific, peer reviewed risk assessments demonstrate that resistance emerging in animals and transferring to humans does not happen in measurable amounts, if at all," said Tom Super, spokesman for the National Chicken Council."

    Having a antibiotic resistant superbug transfer to humans only needs to happen once to be a catastrophe, and even limiting it to livestock infection is a serious risk to public safety.

     
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